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The Nebraska Legislature is halfway through its 2021 session. Senators are working on passing a budget that controls spending and delivers on Nebraskans’ top priority—property tax relief. The Unicameral is also working to achieve other important objectives like providing veterans tax relief, replacing the crumbling Nebraska State Penitentiary, and expanding our state’s broadband infrastructure.

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Agriculture is our number one industry in Nebraska and at NCTA. Currently at our farm, we produce beef cattle, corn, soybeans, alfalfa, wheat, grass hay, proso millet or forage sorghum, goats, and some swine.

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Lincoln, NE. - A new tool, Farm Stat, is available on the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network website. Farm Stat enables growers and agronomists to easily run statistical analysis of their own research studies.

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From March 21-27, 2021 we’ll celebrate National Agriculture Week in Nebraska. It’s a great opportunity to highlight the hard work our farmers and ranchers do to produce highquality and affordable food. The crops and livestock they raise feed families in our state, across the nation, and around the world.

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Lincoln, NE – Spring brings planting season for Nebraska farmers. That means more tractors pulling planters and other farm equipment down highways and roads across the state. That also means increased potential for farmequipment-related accidents between motorists and those farmers.

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The past few days, large parts of 1-80 were shut down due to a historic snow storm that ripped through Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, and South Dakota. A blizzard warning was realized across the Colorado Front Range by Sunday afternoon.

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A March 30 appearance has been set in Dawson County Court for Gothenburg Police Chief Randy Olson. Olson was arrested on March 7 on suspicion of driving under the influence following a two-vehicle accident in Gothenburg.

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Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Swedes Band for earning their fourth consecutive NSBA Excellence in Academic Achievement Award. The band members must achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher to earn this award and are one of 32 band programs in the state of Nebraska to earn the award this year. From left to right, Front Row: Kayla Peterson, Maverick Macek, Jocelyn Hendricks, Rian Good, Austin Parrish. Back Row: Cohon Sitorius, Abby Jensen, Abby Johnson, Seth Trumbley, Will Anderson, Sam Aden, Tanner Langley and Makayla Raymond. Not Pictured Rori Geesey.

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